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Tories rush to hand over lucrative school to party donor before election

(not satire – it’s the Tories!)

(UPDATE: The Cameron government has decided today to hand the school over to one of his party donors:  399 more words

Tories

Cameron government refuses Howard League permission to visit private prisons

(not satire – it’s the UK today!)

Well, this is as shocking as it looks.

The Howard League for Penal Reform has famously been campaigning for the improvement of criminal justice policy in the UK for over 140 years. 184 more words

Tories

Nigel Farage 'defended' by far-right group using armoured land rover

(not satire – it’s the UKIP!)

Neo-Nazi organisation Britain First has tweeted a picture of what they describe as an “Armoured Land Rover” they are using to protect UKIP leader Nigel Farage as he goes around the country campaigning: 45 more words

Cynicism

Cameron's Britain: 7-year old cancer patients on foodbank handouts

(not satire – it’s Cameron’s Britain!)

There was good news today after bad local publicity pushed the DWP to reinstate 7-year old leukaemia patient Tommi Miller’s disability payments – ending months of his having to rely on foodbank handouts to survive: 129 more words

Open Government

Cameron's reckless decision to cut coastguards causes dangerous grounding of chemical tanker

(not satire – it’s the UK today!)

The Cameron government’s reckless decision to cut coastguard stations by half is already leaving our coasts unprotected and is even putting lives at risk. 100 more words

Cynicism

How wealthy landowners are destroying Britain's wild birds - and getting away with it

(not satire – it’s the UK today!)

Britain’s wealthy landowners are secretly waging war on Britain’s rarest wild birds in order to make it easier to develop land or use it for so-called ‘sports’ such as grouse shooting. 340 more words

Open Government

BBC claims "incorrect" Salmond report not "intentional"

(not satire – it’s the BBC!)

Hmm!

The BBC has admitted that a report by its political editor Nick Robinson on Alex Salmond during the Scottish independence referendum campaign “was inaccurate” and “incorrect” but claimed they “found no grounds for believing the inaccuracy to have been intentional”. 110 more words

Cynicism